Saturday, April 16, 2011

Trey by Cat Johnson

Trey: Red, Hot & Blue, Book 1Trey Williams and Carly McAfee's book

Book Blurb:
A distracted soldier is a dead solder. That's special operative Trey Williams' motto. The last thing he needs in his life is a girlfriend. Problem is, the woman who's been recruited to pose as his wife on a special assignment is proving to be exactly the kind of distraction he can't afford.
Years ago, Carly McAfee turned her back not only on her military career, but the men who come with it. So why did she say yes to a mission that puts her in intimate contact with Trey, under 24/7 surveillance by both bad guys and good? One slip, and they're both dead. It's not long, though, before her body betrays her, followed closely by her heart.
With a terrorist arms deal going down and missing teammate's life on the line, Carly and Trey must throw caution to the wind in the scorching-hot performance of their lives-and try not to lose their hearts and minds in the process.

More like a 3.5 hearts just because Trey was a short story. It was great writing although lower score for the reality factor.

I got Trey's book for free on Amazon. Excellent deal let me tell you.
If you can look past the unbelievable storyline, you can just sit back and enjoy a great short read.

There was a nice little love triangle that included Trey's best friend Jack (which personally I rather loved) and Carly. It wasn't a true triangle because Carly was never into Jack. Jack was one sided in lust with Carly.

Sexy love scene in a hotel. (oh come on hotel sex is always hotter)

Great ending and I will be happy to purchase book 2. Great idea when publishers offer out the first book in a series for free because I may not have ever given the book a shot. Glad I did.

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